DYSPRAXIA AND THE POWER OF CREATIVITY

There is a strong correlation between people with dyspraxia and creativity. I, for one am very creative and always have been. From the moment I could hold a crayon, I was drawing anyone and anything I could. I had little…

RESEARCH AT THE UNIVERSITY OF EXETER EXPLORES POSSIBLE CAUSES OF DYSPRAXIA

Kate Allen from the University of Exeter tells us about a new study of 8-12 year olds with Dyspraxia to explore possible causes of the condition.

10 POSSIBLE GIFT IDEAS FOR A DYSPRAXIC

Kate from Canada shares some Christmas gift ideas that might be particularly well received by someone with Dyspraxia.

INTRODUCING THE DYSPRAXIC ADULTS MESSAGEBOARD

Tom writes about an internet forum for Dyspraxic adults which was founded in the days before social media and is still alive and kicking.

Q&A WITH THE DYSPRAXIC DOCTOR

We sit down with Devon-based Emma, a dyspraxic and a qualified doctor who now uses her years of training to help others with the condition.

HOW FOOTBALL HELPED MY DYSPRAXIA

Jade tells us about how joining the school football team helped show her what she can do.

DYSPRAXIA AND DATING

Tax consultant Philip from Ireland talks about the issues he faces with Dyspraxia and dating.

DYSPRAXIA, A WORKPLACE ISSUE

Laurence talks the GMB union’s Think Differently at Work campaign and the work they are doing to help improve awareness of Dyspraxia and other neurodiverse conditions.

WHY DYSPRAXICS IN IRELAND NEED MORE SUPPORT

Sophie talks about how she believes adult Dyspraxics in ireland need more support.

MAKING EXCUSES – DEFINITELY NOT A TRUE STORY

Jim brings us a satirical piece about an alternative reality where Dyspraxics are a secret organisation intent on confusing everyone else.

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